Sunday, May 4, 2014
JEFFREY MORGANíS MEDIA BLACKOUT #418
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JEFFREY MORGAN'S MEDIA BLACKOUT #418.19!
Slayer - Still Reigning (American) :: The scariest thing about this live show
is how blood-splattered Slayer bassist Tom Araya now looks exactly like blood-spitting KISS bassist Gene Simmons.
Britney Spears - Greatest
Hits: My Prerogative (Jive) :: Of course they
float, what did you think?
Rod Stewart - Live
at the Royal Albert Hall (J) :: When Woody
joins in for "Stay With Me" and "Gasoline Alley" you almost find a reason to believe that a Faces reunion
would be a good idea. Then you realize how shot the singer's voice is.
Various Artists - Punk Rock Holocaust (Springman) :: Cheesier than a Vivid porno and gorier than the collected
works of Lucio Fulci. If all you need is a holocaust to make your day complete, then you'll enjoy watching everyone from the
Horrorpops to Andrew WK getting brutally butchered.
Dead Boys - Live At CBGB 1977 (Music Video Distributors) :: Watching this rare video of Stiv and the Boys is
about as close to the experience of being in a '70s punk club as you're likely to get. And I was in enough of them back then
The History Of Iron Maiden - Part One: The Early Years
(EMI) :: Five whopping hours of concerts and videos that only cover the years 1980 to 1983. Comprehensive? Yeah, I'd say so.
SIZZLING PLATTER OF THE WEEK: Bill Hicks - Live (Rykodisc) :: Cleese
loves him. Letterman loves him. Leno loves him. Belzer loves him. So why haven't you heard of comedian Bill Hicks before?
Because he died in 1994 before you got a chance to. But as these three performances show, he had a deadly delivery that's
a cross between goofy sweathog Travolta and manic maniac Kinison.
Be seeing you!